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Is pulpe d 'ail vegan?

Pulpe d 'ail is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pulpe d 'ail?

Pulpe d'ail, or garlic pulp, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that adds a pungent, slightly sweet taste to a variety of dishes. Made by pureeing fresh garlic cloves, the resulting pulp can be used in marinades, sauces, dressings, and spreads. Its smooth texture makes it easy to incorporate into recipes without the need for chopping or mincing, and its concentrated flavor means that a little bit goes a long way. Garlic pulp is a popular ingredient in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine and is known for its numerous health benefits, including its anti-inflammatory properties and ability to boost the immune system.

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